Apple to pay $3.4-m over iPhone obsolescence in Chile

Apple to pay $3.4-m over iPhone obsolescence in Chile

Apple has agreed to pay Chilean consumers $3.4 million in a lawsuit over programmed obsolescence of iPhones, their lawyer said Wednesday, the first such settlement in Latin America.
Chile opens door for Vietnam’s pomelo

Chile opens door for Vietnam’s pomelo

Chilean authorities have granted permission for Vietnam to ship pomelo to the Latin American market, according to Minister of Agriculture of Chile Antonio Walker.
Chile crosses 10,000 virus deaths as president announces aid package

Chile crosses 10,000 virus deaths as president announces aid package

Chile recorded 10,159 coronavirus deaths on Sunday, as President Sebastian Pinera announced a $1.5 billion aid package to help the middle class, which has been battered by the economic crisis.
Chile reports more than 7,000 COVID-19 deaths under new counting method

Chile reports more than 7,000 COVID-19 deaths under new counting method

SANTIAGO:Chile nearly doubled its coronavirus death toll Saturday (Jun 20) to more than 7,000 under a new tallying method that includes probable fatalities from COVID-19.
Chile's health minister resigns as COVID-19 hits hard

Chile's health minister resigns as COVID-19 hits hard

SANTIAGO: Chile's health minister resigned on Saturday (Jun 13) amid controversy over the country's official coronavirus death toll, as the pandemic hits the nation hard despite quarantine measures in the capital for more than a month.
Chile and Vietnam to discuss bolstering trade co-operation

Chile and Vietnam to discuss bolstering trade co-operation

In his first visit to Vietnam, Rodrigo Yañez, Vice Minister of Trade for Chile, shared some key points in the trade relationship between Chile and Vietnam.
Australian bushfire cloud visible in Chile and Argentina

Australian bushfire cloud visible in Chile and Argentina

The cloud of smoke caused by raging bushfires in Australia has been spotted more than 12,000km away in Chile and Argentina, weather authorities in the South American countries said on Monday (Jan 6).
Over 1,000 women take feminist anthem to Chile's streets

Over 1,000 women take feminist anthem to Chile's streets

More than a thousand women have taken the feminist anthem "A Rapist In Your Way" into the streets of Chile's capital Santiago, performing the rallying cry sung in cities across the globe.
Chile starts identifying remains of plane crash victims

Chile starts identifying remains of plane crash victims

Remains of people killed in a military plane crash that claimed 38 lives were flown Friday to a military base in Chile for identification.
Thunberg urges climate action because 'people are dying'

Thunberg urges climate action because 'people are dying' 1

Thousands of activists from around the world including Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg hit the streets of Madrid on Friday (Dec 6) to demand urgent action on the climate crisis from world leaders attending the COP25 summit in the Spanish capital.
Graffiti speak volumes in Chile's protest crisis

Graffiti speak volumes in Chile's protest crisis

A visitor wondering what the deadly unrest in Chile is about can learn a lot from the graffiti that has blanketed the capital's streets.
Thousands of Chileans strike as protest death toll hits 18

Thousands of Chileans strike as protest death toll hits 18

Thousands of Chileans flooded the streets of Santiago and other cities in a general strike on Wednesday, upping the pressure on beleaguered President Sebastien Pinera after days of social unrest that left 18 dead.
Climate change forces Chile ski stations to make fake snow

Climate change forces Chile ski stations to make fake snow

Once deep in powder this time of year, Chile's ski stations are fighting the ravages of climate change and pollution that have brought less and less snow to the central Andes.
Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay relaunch 2030 World Cup bid

Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay relaunch 2030 World Cup bid

Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay relaunched their bid to host the 2030 World Cup following a meeting of their presidents in Buenos Aires on Wednesday (Mar 20).
World's biggest copper mine in Chile agrees to strike

World's biggest copper mine in Chile agrees to strike

Workers at the world's biggest copper mine, Chile's Escondida open-pit, voted on Thursday (Aug 2) in favour of strike action after rejecting as insufficient a salary hike proposed by Anglo-Australian owners BHP.
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